Limited Denial of Participation (LDP), also called "LDP," is another
compliance sanction. It generally lasts no longer than one year,
is usually restricted to specific HUD programs and is not national
in scope. Usually a HUD Field Office imposes an LDP, which is only
effective within that specific geographic area. For more detailed
information on Limited Denial of Participation, see: Title
2, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Parts 180 and 2424.
additional information on LDPs, see HUD's Memorandum on Limited
Denial of Participation.
the list of HUD LDPs, go to List
of LDP Parties
or call (202) 708-3041 if you have a question.
The LDP list is updated daily. To search the list, type
in the name of the participant and select "Search by Name."
To print the results of your search, select File then Print
Frame on your browser. We suggest that you print in "landscape"
on legal size paper.
browsers are Netscape 4.X or higher and Internet Explorer 5.X
LDP List is also available electronically through the FHA Connection
as well as the echo, AllRegs, Smart Regs and FISLACH mortgage
industry information systems.
addition to the LDP list, the General Services Administration's
(GSA's) "Lists of Parties Excluded from Federal Procurement
or Nonprocurement Programs" (Lists of Parties) must be
checked to determine if individuals or companies are suspended
or debarred from further participation in HUD programs and throughout
the Executive Branch of the Federal Government. The Lists of
Parties is accessible through the Excluded
Parties Listing System (EPLS).